J.M. and unknown - fiddles, Tom Banks - piano, Martin Christi - guitar, Columbia 33554-F. From the Morrison Orchestra's last session. Innisfail is a romantic name for Ireland, and also the largest island in the Lakes of Killarney. The tune for this rather obscure poem/song is that also used for the better-know Snowy Breasted Pearl. An Innisfail Irish Orchestra recorded some polkas in 1930, and this may be heard on the CD Oldtime Records: Vol 1. U.S. Recordings - Traditional Irish Recordings from the 1920s and 1930s, along with an otherwise unreissued Morrison solo of jigs. The compiler's theory is that the Innisfail Orchestra was one of Morrison's orchestras recording under a pseudonym.